Jet2 issues travel warning as UK braces for Storm Kathleen

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By Linsey McNeill
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Jet2 is warning customers of possible delays to flights this weekend as Storm Kathleen is expected to hit the UK with winds of up to 70mph.

Torrential rain and snow is also expected in some areas.

The storm will hit the west coast of England, Scotland and Ireland on Saturday, before moving across to other parts of the country.

The Met Office has issued yellow weather warnings for rain, snow and wind from today.

In a message on its website, Jet2 said its operations team is monitoring the UK forecast to ensure it has the most up to date information for all departing and arriving customers on Friday, Saturday and Sunday.

“If you are travelling with we plan to operate our flights as close to schedule as possible, however, there may be some disruption should the weather deteriorate.”

It advised all customers to check in as scheduled, but added: “If your flight is disrupted, we will be in contact with you direct via SMS and Email and post regular updates on this page of the website.

“We ask you to please ensure you check and update your contact information (you can check and amend this through the ‘manage my booking’ section on our website or app).

“We will, where possible, board all flights for an on-time departure, however, please be prepared for a longer than normal wait either in the terminal or onboard the aircraft to depart.”

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